SPARTANBURG, S.C. - Wofford athletic director Richard Johnson says plans for Carolina Panthers training camp are moving forward as the NFL lockout drags on.
A few NFL clubs have already announced they'll stay at home to train once an agreement is reached between NFL owners and players. But Johnson said Wednesday that he spoke with Panthers president Danny Morrison and both agreed the athletic department should prepare as always for the Panthers. Wofford has been Carolina's summer home since the team's first season in 1995.
Football's labor dispute has disrupted a few things for Wofford. Preparations for dorms and training facilities are not complete. The Panthers were scheduled to start camp July 29. Johnson said the school could still accommodate the team should the date be pushed back a week or so.
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